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of the u.s. economy is the u.s. dollar. the currency of the internet is links. it can create remarkable, interesting content. you will pull people in and turn your website into a hub on the internet. i wouldn't go crazy with analytics. the things i would want to look at is how many visitors am i getting per channel, how many leads and how many customers. >> thanks so much, you guys. >>> small business owners should continually be learning new skills to address all of the challenges that pop up around the way. here are five mobile apps that provide an inexpensive and convenient way to train yourself as you run your changing business courtesy of practicalecommerce.com. a cisco webex meeting center app offers hundreds of educational webinars. the majority are business related. there are also ones on subjects like health and fitness. >>> two, learning to-go's mobile app incorporates tests, flash cards and tests in their training series an cover a wide range of business concepts. number three, lynda.com's iphone apps provides video library videos. four, skill pill is a free app to view two-m
are discovering that spending their money within the community brings a boost to the local economy. >> so the buy local movement is, when you buy l community. it's better for the local community to shop with small, independent venn tors. >> it's mason arnold. they regularly buy produce from green gate farms. they distribute this locally grown produce in the austin area. as a distributor, they offer familiar and exotic new produce to customers. >> it challenges me to make something that i never would buy in the store. >> in this way, the deliveries are introducing new customers to new products from local suppliers. robby is a local angel investor. he put some of his money behind them and a few other slow money businesses. >> you put all the businesses togts. it's not just investing in the farm, it's the infrastructure of food, making sure it stays in your community, you know, we provide jobs. we provide healthy jobs. it's not just how much okra are you going to get this week. >> it's time to answer some of "your business" questions. michael and colleen are with us. richard writes, i have created a
that spending their money within the community brings a boost to the local economy. >> so the buy local movement is, when you buy local, the money stays in the community, so it's better for the local community to shop with small, independent vendors. >>> that's austin-based mason arnold. he was born and raised in austin, texas. his 6-year-old company, greenling, regularly buys produce from green gate farms along with most of the other organic farms in the region. greene greenling distributes this locally grown produce to homes in austin. as a disstrib tore of locally grown foods, they offer familiar and exotic new produce to customers like lynette of austin, texas. >> it challenges me to make something i would never buy in the store. >> in this way, they are introducing new customers to new product from local suppliers. robbie larkin is a local austin angel investor. he puts some of his money behind greenling and a few other slow money businesses. >> you put all of these businesses together. it is not just investing in a farm but in the infrastructure of food and making sure that infrastructure
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